The Lucky Ones evaluation action

2022-03-25 08:01
The film can be considered a "war film" in a broad sense. But in fact, this is not so much the reaction of the protagonists under the fire of the war, but the reaction of the characters after they leave the war. Strictly speaking, the film is a road movie, in the tradition of road films, it tells the journey of several protagonists from point A to point B, along the way they encounter difficulties, encounter "colorful" people, and I learned some things about myself. But the frame of the story is shaky and unwieldy, especially given the story director Neil Berger wants to tell, the events near the end of the film feel ridiculous, and the bland and unreal ending is the film's biggest flaw. Although Neil Berger's storyline isn't the strongest, his handling of the characters is effective. The three protagonists in the film are likable, trying to shape their egos as men and women with complex personalities—basically well-meaning flawed people. They also acted maturely, which went a long way to alleviating some of the issues with the film's tone and graphics   .
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  • Bennie 2022-04-22 07:01:55

    The only bright spot in the audience: i am going to reach the climax

  • Sanford 2022-04-22 07:01:55


The Lucky Ones quotes

  • [Cheaver accidentally locks the keys in the rental car]

    T.K. Poole: Just press the key thing, man.

    Fred Cheaver: The keys are in the car.

    T.K. Poole: [T.K. tries all the doors] What the fuck were you thinkin'?

    Fred Cheaver: I was thinking I had two fuckin' nutcases throwing shit and getting into a fight!

    Colee Dunn: We didn't fight!

    Fred Cheaver: This is not my fault!

  • [Colee and the soldiers walk in the middle of nowhere looking for a way to get back into their rental car]

    Colee Dunn: [as Colee talks about Randy's guitar endlessly] So, they went on this worldwide tour and they - They got - Because they got this contract and they got to meet the queen and they got to meet the president. And after that, Randy got the guitar from his daddy who got it from his granddaddy who got it from Elvis.

    T.K. Poole: Elvis? Come on.

    Colee Dunn: It's true. That guitar is worth a lot of money.

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